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UPDATE: Road closures due to due to flooding

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The following streets are flooded and/or impassable in downtown Charleston:

Moore and Theresa

Morrison between Cooper and Harrison

Sycamore and 5th Ave.
Manhole covers off at Morris and Coming
Columbus and East Bay
One lane open on Crosstown (north and south)

Ashley Ave @ Bennett St/Halsey
Ashley Ave north of Fishburne
Rutledge Ave north of Kennedy
Coming / Spring St.
Morris/Coming
America St between Cooper St / Lee St.  (impassable)
Sam Rittenberg
Frontage /Poston
Meeting St. (flooded down to 1 lane)
Huger / King
Morrison / Meeting
Rutledge Ave / Beaufain

North Charleston:

Spruill Ave at the 1 26 off ramp is closed, to include Joppa, Kingsworth, and Little Ave area, due to flooding

Carner Avenue at Jacksonville Road (closed due to flooding)

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